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What travelers to Bunbury are saying

Heaps of restaurants & cafes to eat at it. The Rose Hotel has fantastic lunches and China City Garden Restaurant whilst a little pricy the food was delicious
kim l. 28 May 2015
Very very quiet & secluded place. Great place for meditation & yoga. Nice idea if u want to do some soul searching n self reflection.
Shou 8 Aug 2015

Bright Bunbury

Bunbury is a city full of surprises, with first impressions not quite what they seem. Take the ‘wild’ dolphins in Koombana Bay, for example. If you are lucky enough to see them close to shore, you’ll realise how tame they have become. Or the Bunbury Silos – one-time wheat storage that now contains luxury apartments and restaurants. Even the West Australian city itself feels more like a country town once you’ve stayed for a while…


With so much about Bunbury sitting in a mental grey area that will see you forever revising your initial perceptions, you may end up thinking you’ve simply had a little too much Sauv Blanc in the surrounding Geographe Wine Region. Are the dolphins wild or tame? Is the building a wheat silo or accommodation? Either way, Bunbury is anything but grey.


10. Lena Diving Wreck Explore the underwater world around this sunken wreck. 5. Big Swamp Wildlife Park Enjoy lunch amongst the birds and marsupials and learn a bit about the surrounding environment.
9. Leschnault Inlet Join a kite surfing class or, if you already know the ropes, head straight out onto the water. 4. Tuart Forest National Park Explore the rugged forest landscape with its 400-year-old trees.
8. Kings Cottage Museum See how things used to be in Bunbury in days gone by. 3. Koombana Bay Head here in the morning for the best chance of spotting those tamed wild dolphins.
7. Boulters Heights Enjoy harbour views and a man-made waterfall. 2. Mangrove Boardwalk The best way to experience the 20,000-year-old mangrove ecosystem.
6. Dolphin Discovery Centre Relax on the deckchairs and watch a documentary on dolphins. 1. Koombana Beach Protected by the bay, the beach is calm and peaceful – and in the morning dolphins will sometimes come close to shore.


The City of Bunbury Australia Day Celebrations and Fireworks Spectacular delivers on the name in January.

In February, enjoy great Aussie music in a spectacular winery setting at the Brookhampton Vineyard Concert.

The city will be humming with Latin music for Viva Bunbury in March, when a carnival atmosphere takes over and parties hit the streets.


The kids will be excited if you visit in October for the Bunbury Kidsfest, which has heaps of hands-on activities for youngsters.

In November, the Geographe Crush Food and Wine Festival showcases the produce of this great growing region.


  • Bunbury enjoys a Mediterranean climate, although it’s about as far from being in the Mediterranean as you can get!
  • With warm summers (average tops of 30ºC (86ºF)) and mild winters (average tops of 17ºC (63ºF)), Bunbury is a comfortable place to visit year-round.
  • If rain’s not your thing, however, you may want to avoid visiting in winter as it is the wettest time of year. About 150mm usually falls in July.


  • Buses run throughout the city and surrounding sub

Hotels in Bunbury

Recommended hotels

From US$86

1 Mantra Bunbury Hotel

5 stars
4.5 / 5 34 reviews

1 Holman Street Map

Includes Breakfast For 2 & Dinner Voucher

Business and leisure travellers looking for affordable accommodations in the northern Paris suburb find suitable base at Balladins Eaubonne Hotel. From the property, guests can explore Eaubonne and... More

Excellent hotel
We stayed two nights in Bunbury and there was a perfect spot. The location was easy to get to by car but after that we could walk to the beach, city centre and restaurants. We had a studio room...
18 Feb 2015
From US$109

2 Quality Hotel Lord Forrest

3 stars
4.0 / 5 48 reviews

20 Symmons Street Map

Featuring an elegant decor and a warm hospitality, Quality Hotel welcomes you for an unforgettable vacation. GeneralWhether you are seeking a central South West business location for a lavish... More

Inaccurate Booking
We booked an Ocean View room with a Spa. However when we arrived we did not have an Ocean View. We complained and the hotel staff did not know what to do in this situation. We were offered free...
30 Dec 2014
From US$91

3 Comfort Inn Admiral

4 stars
4.1 / 5 11 reviews

56 Spencer Street Map

First class accommodation and food make it a popular choice for business travellers and holidaymakers alike. GeneralA well-equipped conference room that can hold various business events... More

Just OK for a short stay
A bit out of town and quite a way from Train/Coach Station. Doea notr serve meals on weekends or service rooms on Sunday.
19 Aug 2015
From US$22

4 Discovery Holiday Parks - Koombana Bay

4 stars
Not yet reviewed

Koombana Drive Map

Launch into the waters on the peninsula's seemingly endless sandy bay inlets and long white beaches and feel a million miles from city life.Located in the heart of the Geographe region and nestled... More

From US$95

5 Mercure Bunbury Sanctuary Golf Resort

4 stars
4.8 / 5 9 reviews


As a gateway to the South West, the Mercure Bunbury Sanctuary Golf Resort provides the perfect starting point to a journey of unlimited indulgent pleasures and offers a wide range of services for... More

weekend get away
Staff were helpful and friendly. Weather was cold but the spa was nice and hot! Convenient location to Australind & Eaton Shopping Centres and to Bunbury town centre.
28 May 2015
From US$20

6 Discovery Holiday Parks - Bunbury Village

4 stars
Not yet reviewed

Cnr Bussell Hwy & Washington Ave Map

If you've ever wanted to swim with dolphins, this is the region you can make that dream come true.Beguiling beaches, sensational wine and enchanting dolphins are within easy reach when you choose... More

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